light winds, as well, and despite the chilly start, it should get pleasantly warm into the afternoon. the high teens celsius across central, southern and eastern areas, and there's still some strength in the sunshine. now, as we head on in towards wednesday, this weather front slowly starts to make inroads off the atlantic. we lose our ridge of high pressure, but it will be bringing air from the south—south—west. that's always a mild direction, so temperatures will be on the rise. and, in fact, for the eastern half of the country, it doesn't look too bad. through the day, we'll hold onto some sunny spells, where it will feel quite warm. but further west, it goes downhill, turning windier, outbreaks of rain, quite heavy in parts of western scotland and northern ireland. so mid—teens celsius here, 18 or 19 degrees again across the east and the south—east. now, for thursday, it looks even wetter. this weather front has some pretty heavy rain on it, particularly for the south—west of england, in towards wales, south—west of scotland. could be concerned about rainfall amounts building up there by the time thursday is out.